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. hurricane sandy, there's been speculation for a week on these building companies. all of them up again today. absolutely remarkable. finally, maria, talk about great timing. guess who's going public tonight? restoration hardware. we need them. maria, it's a very, very small offering. i hear a little bit of a pop tomorrow. i'll be all over that in the morning. >> that's a great company. thanks very much, bob. appreciate it. we'll see you a little later. don't go anywhere. we're all over this big rally and much more on this busy edition of the "closing bell." stay with us. >>> coming up, markets on the move. good economic numbers, but will it carry over if the october jobs report brings bad news? we break it all down straight ahead. >>> plus, brewing profits. maria talks exclusively with starbucks ceo howard schultz about earnings and the effect sandy may have had on his company's supply chain. >>> and insuring stability. aig chief robert benmosche joins maria with his thoughts on earnings, sandy's aftermath, and the treasury department's reported plans to liquidate its remaining shares of his
of wind and rain. that's what they forecast and that's exactly what we've gotten and more. sandy's fury is still going to come this evening. originally it was supposed to be about 8:00. that has now been moved up and could be as early as 6:00. where we're we'll start to feel the full impact of high tide. that gives people a short window. people have not yet evacuated. they should have already, in my opinion, but that's a -- it's a very short window until we really feel the full impact of sandy's fury. this is probably the last warning that we're going to be able to give people about getting themselves to a safe place before that coastal surge really hits. of the national guard, the 1,000 that are going to be deployed today, the majority of those national guard will be deployed on long island. as the issue becomes more and more the coastal surge, long island becomes more and more vulnerable and the primary area of our operation. nassau county has put in an urgent request to get more assistance from national guard to help evacuate people from the long beach area and the bayville area. we'
are gearing up for tomorrow, the first day of fully operational markets in the aftermath of sandy. tonight the cme group will reopen its u.s. equity endex futures and options markets. tomorrow it will resume normal hours of the trading floor. joining me now in an exclusive interis the cme chairman. we appreciate you spending the time with us today. >> thanks, maria. our thoughts and prayers are with you and everyone in new york. >> thank you so much. tell us what worked last night. what with did go operational? what kind of trading are you expecti ining tonight? >> you know, everything pretty much worked. we have with invested tremendously in our back-up facilities. we were up and running with no problems whatsoever. we didn't see a tremendous amount of movement in the market, which i think is actually a good thing for what's gone on in the world right now. so we saw the s&p go from roughly 1407 to as low as 1399 and come back up as high as 1411 when we closed up this morning. we are seeing some activity. the volume i would say is just a little bit off of what it would normally be. >> so a
exchange. put this one in the books after hurricane sandy shut down trading for two days. the stock market finished the day nearly unchanged after being back to business. it's the fact they're open that matters, speaks to the resilience of wall street as the city looks to recover from this devastating storm. the dow jones industrial down about ten points, volume not bad. lot of people expected light volume, 700 million shares traded here at the big board alone so wasn't as light as a lot of people expected. nasdaq composite lower by 10 points and s&p ticking up about a quarter of a point. it has been an historic day as the markets opened after a two-day shutdown. we get immediate action, elliott warren from kotke and associates, michael gurka of spectrum asset management in chicago. rounding out our coverage as always bob pisani here. elliott, let me kick this off with you and the energy market moves, gasoline on the move today. how was business after the two-day shutdown? >> it was a little choppy today. we saw unleaded gas rally strongly this morning. i think people are keeping an eye on
're faced with in the economy, on the heels of sandy, how do you want to allocate capital? what are you telling investors? >> well, in terms of where the liquidity is going, because we have these liquidity ways, i think you want to be in shorter duration assets if you're going to look at the fixed income markets. you have to believe rates are going to go up. then you have to look at equity groups. that's where the last waves go into the more risky assets. >> and you're seeing that? >> yes. >> all right. we'll leave it there. chip, good to have you on the program. jeff, rick, thanks very much. let's keep our focus zeroed in on the markets. bill stone helps to oversee more than $55 billion in assets. hendrick is in charge of about $100 billion. we want to find out where they're putting their money to work and how they see this market. both join me now. gentlemen, good to have you. bill, you say it's time to be more cautious in equities? >> yeah, we recently really lowered our allocation down to baseline. i think it's for a lot of the reasons that were discussed. even once we get past the
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